Eye Defining Brush
Nice Eye Tool
I can use this as a blending brush versus getting the actual blend brush, or another good blending brush is the Eye Buki brush (with the orange handle) which can ALSO be used as doing your base color and really being able to blend it for a subtle day look. You can also use this Eye Defining Brush it for contouring the outer corners of the eye for a little pop of color if need be. Another tip for doing your creases: You don't necessarily need a crease brush. Most of the brushes can be use for multiple purposes! I find that the Full Tapered Shadow brush is good for pressing into the READY shadows and then patting it into the lid OR you can do a really nice, straight and even crease shadow! It's always nice to find tools that have multi purposes so that you don't have too many brushes (like me lol). Hope this information helps! I love this brush. It's very soft and portable and holding the brush with ease always helps!
Makes me look like the pro I am not!
This brush is my favorite! Not only does it provide great color application, it can be used as a flat brush or tapered brush depending on how it's held. It defines & blends flawlessly making me look like the make-up pro that I am not. I find I get the best results by patting the color onto the eye then softly sweeping for an even application. Get this brush- you will not be sorry! Thanks BE! XOXOX!
Eye brush must
I bought this brush to use with my new READY eyeshadow quad the Truth and it is awesome. I use it for my outside crease and it really gives me a great color payoff. You need to add this eye brush to your collection and for your daily routine.
Excellent crease brush for darker colors
I use this brush in my outer crease. The pointed tip makes it ideal for more precise, dark colors that you want to put in a smaller area of the eye. I use it in my outer corners, as well, to blend my outer crease color into my eyeliner. I have found that a round crease brush works best for lighter crease colors in the full crease (literally, the full crease from one corner of the eye to the other) and this brush is ideal if you then want to place a darker color just in the outer portion of the eye for added definition. Note: I did not really care for this brush at first, but then I learned how to properly use it and now I love it. It has a fairly specific, but essential, task.
I love this brush! it works so well to make everything blend and look smooth! love it :)
I use this brush to blend the deepest color of eye shadow I am using from the corner of my lashes and up through the crease. Using it for this also helps the crease color to blend with the liner shadow I'm using.
A fine brush
It came in a peacock collection kit, and I used it for a while. It's a fine brush for everyday use, but nothing spectacular or WOW! - just a brush. Now I bought 2 double-ended brushes from i.d. and hardly use this one.
It's pretty good if you don't need anything fancy and don't always use eye shadows.